Title: Domestic Violence Expert
Project: Canada-Ukraine Police Development Project (CUPDP)
Level of Effort: 7.5 hours per day
Duration: September 13, 2021 – March 30, 2022
Posting Location: Kyiv, Ukraine
About the project:
The Canada-Ukraine Police Development Project (CUPDP) is a three-year initiative that runs from July 2019 to June 2022, with funding in the amount of $6.5 million from Global Affairs Canada (GAC) through its Peace and Stabilization Operations Program (PSOP). CUPDP supports ongoing reform of the Ukrainian police through the provision of advice, training and equipment to advance professional development, raising standards and enabling more robust community-oriented policing services. The project builds on the foundation and trust established by Alinea International with police authorities and international partners, including the Canadian Police Mission in Ukraine (CPMU).
A Domestic Violence Expert will serve as a member of the project team based in Kyiv, Ukraine and work with members of the team responsible for community policing. This individual will provide consultative and technical support to the CUPDP team and will work with a number of Canadian short-term technical advisors and trainers as well as partners of the National Police of Ukraine (NPU) and Ministry of Internal Affairs (MoIA) to ensure effective cooperation and coordination of domestic violence prevention activities.
A Domestic Violence Expert will report to Project Director and Community Policing Component Lead.
Indicative Duties and Responsibilities
As part of this assignment, the Domestic Violence Expert will be responsible for the need’s assessment, planning and implementation of the domestic violence prevention component of the CUPDP project and will include, but not be limited to, the following:
- coordinate activities regarding domestic violence prevention in cooperation with national and international stakeholders;
- sustain the development and implementation of Domestic Violence Support Framework in the partnership with the NPU and international partners;
- design and implement domestic violence training modules and workshops agenda at the national level and for local communities;
- contribute to development of online tools and other mechanisms to prevent domestic violence in cooperation with the NPU;
- develop recommendations and assist in implementation of domestic violence information campaigns;
- review and analyze domestic violence legal documents, analytical data and international experience.
Interested applicants, please submit your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate a position you apply to in the e-mail subject line. Application deadline – September 3, 2021